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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. we are here with the one and only will smith, everybody. >> yeah! >> jimmy: don't leave. don't leave. [ cheers and applause ] i was thinking. i was thinking. >> jimmy: no, no, no, no. how fun was that? >> good job. that is -- >> jimmy: that was -- you're the only person that could possibly do that. and pull that off. that was the best. you came out in a hamster ball and everything. the "soul train" line's my favorite one. >> oh, man. >> jimmy: thank you so much for being here. >> thank you, man. i appreciate. congrats on -- congrats on everything. congrats on "suicide squad," it's a fantastic. >> yeah. i'm feeling good about it, man. >> jimmy: you all right? >> it's a, you know, it has that flavor and the feeling. i hadn't felt a film with this kind of anticipation. >> jimmy: no, it's -- >> you know, "independence day" was, you know, the last time, you know, people were like, "ah!" before it comes out. [ chhers ] >> jimmy: no, it's spectacular. exciting. >> you know, it has that thing. >> jimmy: well, your wife was here a couple months ago, jada was here. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: and we were talking. she said, she was talking about different vacations and stuff. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: and they said, like, it's tough to plan a smith vacation because ths smith family, everyone's doing
different things. >> everybody's all over the place. we just had our first really good vacation. and it interesting. it was jaden's birthday. so jaden, he just turned 18. so -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. happy birthday, jaden. >> yeah. so he has a show coming out called "the get down." so he was promoting in london. so he's like, "guys, you know, like, before my birthday, you know, i'll be promoting in london. everybody should come to london and we'll just celebrate my birthday there." i was like, "wow. that's kinda -- that's cool." so we go and hang out for his birthday. and i'm like, "man, that's really good." he wanted his family with him. and calvin harris is performing. [ cheers ] we went to the show. and then we go to a restaurant. and, you know, and jaden is just particularly excited. you know? and we sit down at the restaurant. and he looked at the waiter and he says, "i'll have a tequila." [ laughter ] i said, "whoa, whoa, man. hold up. what you doing?" and he says, "the drinking age is 18 in england, dad." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's why --
that's -- oh, no. that's why he got you out -- >> i was like, "you joker!" [ laughter ] you joker. >> jimmy: that's how you got us all to come out. >> so, yeah, i was thinking fast. i ws thinking fast. i said, "oh, but hold on, hold on, hold on. it's only noon in l.a." >> jimmy: so -- [ laughter ] >> "and you weren't born till 4:00, so you not 18 yet." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: gotta wait till 4:00 to have your tequila. >> yeah. i was like, "this joker tricked me." >> jimmy: that's hilarious. >> got me over there. >> jimmy: i was talking to jada about it, 'cause i'm really dying, i really wanna do an rv trip or airstream trip. >> yeah. >> jimmy: have you ever done any of those? >> when i was really little my father took us across country in a camper. >> jimmy: i would love to do that. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah. i think i'm excited to do that. >> like together, you wanna? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i wanna meet you guys in london. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'll meet you in london, we'll pick up there. i think, yeah, the fallons and the smiths get together. >> and like, just in, like, an rv. like -- yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. well, i mean, here's the deal. here's the map. >> the map, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so i figured we
can -- >> let me see. >> jimmy: where do we start? >> okay. >> jimmy: like new york or philadelphia? i'm, like, almost like a a weather man up here. >> yeah, yeah. right. we're right here. >> jimmy: we'll start -- yeah. start there, right? >> all right, yeah. >> jimmy: and then i think what -- >> we'll go -- we gotta go see mt. rushmore, like the badlands of south dakota, too. like we gotta see some prairie dogs. [ laughter ] we gotta see some prairie dogs. >> jimmy: i was thinking maybe right around here, maybe, once we start driving here. >> we drive over there. >> jimmy: and then once we're about here, we let our wives drive and we fly. >> okay. [ laughter ] yeah! >> jimmy: meet them at mt. rushmore. >> that's good. >> jimmy: and then we'll meet up. >> that's good, yeah. >> jimmy: we'll meet up with the whole family. >> we'll meet up with them there. >> jimmy: meet up with the family. >> that would be really good. >> jimmy: and go, "hey, let's just have fun." i think it's perfect. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i've seen -- because i've seen your trailers. you have a trailer on, is it "men in black 3," i wanna say? >> three, yeah. yeah. oh. >> jimmy: this is your trailer. >> that was my trailer, yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: that's the rv. [ audience oohs ] >> it's pretty. that's a double decker. that's a conference room up there. >> yeah. i was -- i was younger then. [ laughter ] yeah, no, it was really cool. it was really cool. it was -- >> jimmy: giant. >> yeah. it's not conducive for new york city streets. >> jimmy: no, exactly. no. but i heard that even, that martin lawrence like topped you
and made like, he would make like a neighborhood. >> martin had a really, like, what he does, like, on a movie, there'll be like 30 trailers, just hair and makeup. and all, you know, so it's all of these trailers. and they usually just line them up. but what martin does that's cool is he, like, puts them in shapes, right? so he'll put them in squares and then put a basketball court between one. [ laughter ] then he'll take another one and put it in another shape and put grass and put a barbecue and have a cookout. like -- >> jimmy: he's like creating his own civilization. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. it's like -- i was like, "you know, martin, you need to spend more time on set." [ laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: it's like, no. need to get like his own a a mailman there. yeah. >> i know. >> jimmy: exactly. and then i saw a picture of you. >> oh, wow. >> jimmy: from you rap -- look at this. what year -- when was this? this is -- >> i think that was -- that might have been right around 1987, 80 -- maybe right going into '88. [ cheers ] that's at russell simmons' apartment. 'cause this year was 30 years, me and jeff released our first single in june '86. so it's 30 years that we been in the business. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: isn't that fun? >> yeah. >> jimmy: isn't that amazing? >> yeah. >> jimmy: does it feel like 30 years? >> no. you know, what's so funny is like i see little kids who are just starting to watch "the fresh prince." you know? and, like, that came on 26 years ago. [ cheers ] "the fresh prince" came on in 1990. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah. like that was a really long time ago. >> jimmy: i can't believe it's been that long. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but, i mean, when you get your platinum records it's like -- >> i think i was 18 years old. like, i look really confused, though. like, i usually have a fresh haircut. but i had like the grady look from "sanford and son." like that old -- [ laughter ] with that little thing. that was a bad look. >> jimmy: i didn't know. i mean -- 'cause i know i was thinking about, and this has just been bothering -- because i love music, obviously. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i love the song of the summer. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: is song of the summer? >> jimmy: i want my "uptown funk." >> you want the one. you want that one. ooh, the one that makes me do that. mmm, yeah. >> jimmy: i want the -- [ laughter ] i want the "blurred lines." >> the "blurred lines." yeah. >> jimmy: i want the, you know -- >> yeah. to get people --
>> jimmy: i want the "get lucky." >> yeah! where people can be naked. >> jimmy: yeah! [ laughter ] >> you just want people to just be naked. just a naked song. yeah. >> jimmy: just a good naked. and it hasn't -- >> a good naked song. yeah. nobody's had a -- >> jimmy: no. i don't know if i mean that. >> that's -- >> jimmy: but, yeah. >> no, that's how you -- i need a naked song. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but i mean -- yeah. >> naked. yeah. >> jimmy: but, i mean, "summertime" was a -- >> the quintessential, yeah. >> jimmy: that's the summer -- >> the summer song. >> jimmy: that's the song of the summer. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we got to come up with one right now. >> okay. what you got? >> jimmy: well, i don't know. i mean -- [ cheers and applause ] no, i mean, i don't -- i mean, you gotta click all the boxes. i don't know how -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: like a good groove. like a -- >> a good groove. something with like a good bass. all bass. give me good bass. >> all bass. ♪ >> uh! >> jimmy: no, no, no. you can't -- >> can't do that. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> you can't. no. >> jimmy: not "summertime." no, they can't do it. he did that already. yeah, yeah, yeah. yeah, no. i can get -- i'll figure it out. but i don't know what to do yet. but i was thinking maybe, i don't know. maybe because the political scene is so crazy that now we don't have a song of the summer. >> yeah. you know what? that might be it. just like it's the tone. we got to get the tone of america back to a positive
tone. >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: do you feel that, though, right? >> yeah, yeah. no, that's real. that's real. you know, i been watching all of that stuff. and you know -- >> jimmy: have you been watching the conventions and everything? >> yeah. it's really interesting. i been thinking about it and just, you know, there's really two extreme views of america right now. and i was thinking about, you know, because i think about things all in terms of marriage counseling. like i've done a lot of marriage counseling. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> right? so i know how to solve problems when people ain't getting along. >> jimmy: yeah. oh, yeah, yeah. >> you know? you know? and, you know, for me, you know, hearing people say that race relations are worse than they've ever been, it doesn't feel like that. it doesn't feel like that to me. you know, racism isn't getting worse. it's getting filmed. you know, right? >> jimmy: right. >> so it feels like -- [ cheers and applause ] you know, it feels to me like what happens when in marriage counseling, once everything gets out on the table, once the
truth gets out, once everybody says everything they've been harboring, you get -- there's a a really dark time when you just looking at your partner like, "oh, my god, that's what you think?" [ laughter ] you know? but there's a dark before the dawn. like when everything gets out, it's a good thing. it just doesn't -- it sucks bad when the truth is out. but i think everybody can see it now, and i just think it's just a little darkness before the cleansing that we'll have as we move forward. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: i like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're gonna do that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i wanna talk about the movie when we come get back. >> yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: more with will smith after the break, everybody! >> yeah, yeah, yeah! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ when josh atkins books at laquinta.com.
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see him alongside margot robbie and jared leto in one of the giant summer blockbusters, "suicide squad" which is tracking for a record opening august weekend. congratulations. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's a big movie. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah, no -- it feels good to get to this point in my career, you know, and still have an opportunity to have the biggest film in my career, you know, it's just -- >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. no, but you're fantastic in it. and only you could pull this off. i saw it last night in imax 3-d with our staff. we went and saw it and the applause at the end. it's so good. i'm watching this thing and i go, who is the director? >> david ayer. >> jimmy: david -- i would be so thankful for you if i was the director. because only will smith knows how to just stand up and walk on cars and stuff. shooting things. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: if that was me, so you want me to aim where? [ laughter ] and you want me to shoot there? i mean, you're obviously a pro and you do it so cool and you look awesome. it's just visually stunning. >> it was great. i was cool, you know.
the suicide squad is in the batman world, in the dc comics world. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, it was cool. i made a lot of movies. it's all good. [ laughter ] you know, i was like, you know, it's another movie. it's another movie, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and the batmobile came around the corner. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i was like, "oh!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. just like that. >> yo, that's what i told him. >> jimmy: this is real, this is real. >> ben affleck jumps out of the batmobile. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm like, "ooh!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's all good. >> i was like, oh, my god. >> jimmy: yeah, this is it. i'm excited. yeah, it's good. >> i was six years old. i was in the scene like, ben, can you sign this? can you sign this for me? [ light laughter ] no, it was bad. >> jimmy: but the idea that -- i don't know the dc -- i don't know the comic itself, but it's like basically six lunatics get together. they're evil. they're bad people. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but they're bad people fighting evil. >> yeah, david ayer he said this is not a movie of good versus evil, it's a movie of bad versus evil.
>> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> you know. >> jimmy: they're all messed up people. >> messed up people. and you know, the interesting question at the core of it, you know, is there a point when you do so much bad stuff that you're unredeemable? you know, and that's a really interesting question for these guys who have their last opportunity at humanity. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it's really cool. and then this big giant world. and it's -- you know, very rarely do you get to have that size of world but also get to act, you know. >> jimmy: no, 'cause this is a a giant movie. >> yeah, yeah. a big like popcorn summer blockbuster movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but yeah, everyone -- >> the real performance is everybody is giving it up. >> jimmy: everyone scores. >> yeah. >> jimmy: everybody scores and you go, i love all these characters. it's all fantastic. and you must make unbelievable cool points for your kids. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: kids like, dad -- >> i'm cooling it. you know, no matter how cool you think you are, you suck to your kids. [ light laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: that's interesting. yeah. >> yeah. it's like that. you all do the intro and everything and to my kids is like, "i mean, dad -- all right." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, no. >> no, but "suicide squad" yeah. it's like around the house, i'm
telling them, "you know, i don't know if i can get y'all tickets." [ laughter ] i'm not sure. >> jimmy: but you have fantastic kids because i've had willow on, jaden, and i just told her, they're so polite and nice. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: and a head on their shoulders. i was talking to you backstage about it, how do you raise them, what's the secret? >> we started with a thing that was interesting, like when they were young, we did a thing called the circle of safety. right? so within the circle of safety the kids are allowed to say anything that they want, they can tell us anything they did and they can cleanse it all out and they don't get in trouble, right. >> jimmy: so you stand in a a circle? >> so we stand in a circle and we call it circle of safety and everybody gets to say a curse word so we know we're in the circle of safety. [ light laughter ] and then we say, all right, now anything that anybody did, get it out now, all right? because there's a rule is if we find out after the circle of safety that it was something you didn't say, there will be hell to pay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> right? >> jimmy: you didn't mention that in the circle. >> you didn't mention that in
the circle of safety. but now they got used to telling us everything. >> jimmy: yeah. >> as a father, you do not want a circle of safety with a a 15-year-old daughter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. >> you do not! >> jimmy: no. >> you do not. i'm like, "baby, you need to start lying." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: like, i'm out of the circle. >> i'm like, oh, nope. daddy's out of the circle. here we go. nope, nope. you and your mom. >> jimmy: climbing out of the circle. >> nope. you and your mom can talk about that one. >> jimmy: oh my gosh. that's the best family tale. let's talk about the rv trip. i'll give you my e-mail. >> we'll do it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'll hit you. >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. i want to show everybody a a clip. here is will smith as his character deadshot in the big new movie "suicide squad" it hits theaters next friday. check this out, everybody. >> this is the deal. you're going somewhere very bad and do something that will get you killed, but until that happens, you're my problem.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ would you mind if i still loved you would you mind if things don't last ♪ ♪ would you mind if i hold on to you so that i won't crash morning light ♪ ♪ i'm at your door one last time and no one's there drove all night ♪ ♪ just to beat you home ♪ would you mind if i waited ♪ ♪ would you mind if i wait right here ♪ ♪ really really wanna love you and i'm really really only yours ♪ ♪ even if it don't last forever i wanna let you know that we really had ♪ ♪ something special it's hard trying to let it go i'm just being honest i'm still in the moment ♪
♪ would you mind if i still loved you would you mind if things don't last ♪ ♪ would you mind if i hold on to you so that i won't crash ♪ ♪ ♪ up all night can't let go won't stop trying need you to know ♪ ♪ it's worth a fight if i get back home hope you don't mind if i waited ♪ ♪ would you mind if i wait really really want to love you ♪ ♪ and i'm really really only yours even if it don't last forever ♪ ♪ i wanna let you know that we really had something special it's hard trying to ♪
♪ let it go i'm just being honest i'm still in the moment ♪ ♪ would you mind if i still loved you ♪ ♪ would you mind if things don't last would you mind if i hold on to ♪ ♪ you so that i won't crash ♪ ♪ i'm not thinking about nobody else but you you're the only one who takes me there ♪ ♪ oh oh i'm not thinking about nobody else but you you're the only one ♪ ♪ who takes me there i'm not thinking about nobody else but you you're the only one ♪ ♪ who takes me there i'm not thinking about nobody else but you you're the only one ♪ ♪ who takes me there yeah yeah yeah ♪
♪ would you mind if i still loved you would you mind if ♪ ♪ things don't last would you mind if i hold on to you so that i don't ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! oh! the magician! [ cheers and applause ] the magician, usher! [ cheers and applause ] oh, you know how to do it. "crash" is available for download now! we'll be right back, everybody. "crash!" that was great! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ >> announcer: live from 30 rockefeller plaza, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight from weekend update, colin jost, michael che, and jessi klein, and ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." live at 1:18 a.m. how is everybody doing this morning? [ cheers and applause ] just fantastic here. let's get to the news. tonight was the final night of the democratic national convention. and hillary clinton finally gave her acceptance speech. let's just say she is not an amazing orator. when she finished she tried to drop the mike, bounced off her foot, and hit a laptop and released 10,000 more e-mails.
morgan freeman narrated hillary clinton's introduction video at the dnc. and for some reason, hillary gave her speech as morgan freeman tonight. [ cheers and applause ] hillary clinton said tonight that donald trump has taken the republican party from ronald reagan's morning in america to midnight in america. which frankly is a little insulting to thoise of us that come on at 1:00 a.m. midnight is not terrible. thousand of people attended the final night of the democratic national convention tonight. everyone one of them was seated at cnn's correspondent panel. let's get eight quick takes. donald trump told reporters yesterday that he doesn't know who vladamir putin is. he then paused and went, oh, you mean, vlad, yeah, of course i know vlad.
former republican mayor of new york city, michael bloomberg spoke at the dnc last night. told the crowd hillary clinton understands this is not reality television. though if it were, she is not here to make friends! [ applause ] the democratic convention last night. hillary clinton joined president obama on stage after his speech where he advised her don't dance between now and november and you have got this thing locked up. vice president joe biden spoke at the convention last night. and walked out to the theme from the movie "rocky" those knowing joe biden i'm guessing that's huh he e how he enters everywhere he goes. [ "rocky" theme plays ] >> yeah, let me get a filet of fish and diet coke. >> hillary clinton's runningmate, senator tim kaine spoke last night at the
convention. i haven't speeen a white guy spk that much spanish since the time my dog spoke on the tv remote. he spoke so much spanish, trump started building a wall around him. [ applause ] you know, tonight -- was the final night of the democratic national convention. one of the best parts of the speeches is always the walk-on music. on monday, michelle obama walked out to sarah bareillis' "brave." so brave. so many others got their walk on music. we rectified that with walk-on music that should have been used. starting with tim kaine. ♪ put me in coach, i'm ready to play today ♪ ♪ i'll love you baby just a
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several high dollar hillary clinton donors have put out on a bunty on donald trump's yet to be released tax returns. replied donald trump, that's ridiculous. my ties are made in china. and they're the best ties. made by the best kids. that's right, clinton donors have put out a bounty on donald trump's tax returns because they may show ties to russia. i don't think that's why trump won't release his tax returns. here's what i think -- trump, i think you are not releasing your taxes because you don't have any money. i think you're broke. i don't even think you have an accountant. i think you use turbotax. you're running for president because you want the power, or you want to make america great, i think you need the $400,000 a year salary. i think if you do win your first question will be, do i get that in a lump sum or installments?
and your second question will be -- is the food free? i think when you got on your trump plane you have to fly coach because you sold the first-class seats to cover the gas. i think you talk to putin to say "i'll get you the money, i swear. give me until november." all you have to do to prove i'm wrong is release your taxes. but until you do, i am going to think you take off in a helicopter but then land 100 feet away and get in a 1994 nissan sentra. i don't think you decided to run to help the trump brand, you decided to run because melania, said, you need to get a job pal. maybe i'm wrong. but that's what i think. and finally -- a georgia man recently took home $3 million in lottery winnings, pleaded guilty to using the money to invest in a crystal meth ring. he claims he used the money to buy scratchoff tickets until
authorities told him that is your skin. ladies and gentlemen, a great show for you tonight. here, friend of mine, emmy nominate ford writing on "snl" talk to us about the dnc, colin jost and michael che are here. also, she is the head writer and executive producer of inside amy schumer, her first book, "you'll grow out of it," jessi klein is here tonight. but before we get to that. hillary clinton officially accepted the democratic nomination for president tonight. it came after a week in which democrats tried to overcome division within their party. and project themselves as party of normalcy. it is time for "a closer look." the democratic convention has had hitches with vocal bernie or bust supporters, protesting and booing. and the former spokeswoman told us. you will hear from some fans and supporters on the stage as well as staunch advocates and
supporters of secretary clinton. chris we, are family. this is a family reunion. >> it's true. just like a family reunion. they were there, mom, rich uncle didn't think would come. the step dad pulled a nickel out. you are 27. cool cousin. everyone is bummed has to leave early. no matter how much you fight. the thing everyone can agree on is no one likes your racist uncle. at first many progressives and supporters were skeptical when they trotted out a billionaire to speak. former new york mayor, and one time republican, michael bloomberg. when he took the stage it became clear. he was there for one reason. to unleash a series of billionaire-on-billionaire trump burns. >> i built a business. i didn't start it with $1 million check from my father the he wants to run the nation like he is running his business. god help us. i am a new yorker. and i know a con when i see one. the richest thing about donald trump is his hypocrisy.
>> nothing is going to get under trump's skin more than another billionaire questioning his wealth. and michael bloomberg is worth $47.5 billion. trump is worth $4.5 billion. basically bloomberg has enough money to buy donald trump and have money for another donald trump if the first one gets cranky. bloomberg, stark contrast to the down to earth working class demeanor of one of the democrats big guns, joe biden. deployed his scranton charm against trump. >> to state the obvious. not trying to be a wise guy. just for a second without booing or cheering. nobody doubts what i say. some times i say that all that i mean. this guy doesn't have a clue about the middle-class. not a clue. he is trying to tell us he cares about the middle-class. give me a break. that's a bunch of malarcky. >> in the end though, biden had a simple message that he boiled everything down to.
>> come on, we're americans! >> joe biden is like a high school shop teacher disappointed in you for skipping class. you can be something, kevin, come on! then tim kaine, america's assistant regional manager, used the campaign to bust out his trump impression. >> you might have noticed he has a way of saying the same two word every time he makes his biggest, hugest, promises. believe me. it's going to be great, believe me. we're going to build a wall and make mexico pay for tip. believe me. there is nothing suspicious in my tax returns. believe me. look, look how happy kaine is.
like a dad who told a joke to his daughter's friends. anyway. and made the guys at the office laugh. >> kaine's dry demeanor and dad jokes made you want start looking at your phone. which is what a young member of his family did? he deployed overseas to protect and defend the very -- >> you are my hero, buddy, just don't get caught. >> our siblings and their spouses. nieces, nephews. an hundreds of friends. >> oh. >> are you texting? and then the most powerful speech of the night belonged to president obama who finally got to unleash some of the donald trump burns he has been holding on to for months. >> the donald is not really a plans guy. he is not really a tax guy either. i know plenty of business men and women who have achieved
remarkable success without leaving a trail of lawsuits, unpaid worker and people feeling like they got cheats. does anyone really belief that a guy who spend his seven years on this earth, showing no regard for working people. is suddenly going to be your champion, your voice. see my grandparents they came from the heartland. their ancestors began settling there 200 years ago. i don't know if they have their birth certificates, but -- >> something tells me if trump loses, obama enjoys roasting him too much to just stop. he will probably going on the road and take his best material with him. looking for ward to his netflix comedy special. [ cheers and applause ] obama's speech ended with hillary coming out to join him and beaming like someone given an ambush makeover on the "today" show. and tonight, hillary retook the
stage to deliver the speech she has been practicing in the mirror the last 40 years. and much like the best speeches in her career, it was fine. look, hillary is not the most exciting speaker. the audience gave her the warmest reception. bill clinton was so excite heed looked like a 7-year-old seeing goofy at disneyland. it's really her, buddy, now close your mouth. you look like the last hole on a miniature golf course. of course, no one was more excited than bernie sanders. >> i want to thank bernie sanders. i told you. i have a discount bus to catch. and framed herself as workman like and suspicious, framing donald trump as a loose cannon. >> it is just not right that
donald trump can ignore his debts. and families can't refinance their debts. in atlantic city, 60 miles from here you will find contractors and small businesses who lost everything. because donald trump refuse to pay his bills. donald trump says, he wants to make america great again. well he could start by absolutely making things in america. again. >> you know, if hillary clinton talked for an hour she is going to give you one joke. >> now, you didn't hear any of this, did you, from donald trump and his convention? he spoke for 70-odd minutes. and i do mean odd. >> and she nailed it! >> then, i got to say. that must be such a relief for who ever wrote the joke for her. because giving hillary a joke, is like giving a monkey a
switchblade. it really goes great. unfortunately clinton's speech was marred by plagiarism. making it worse who she plagiarized. time for a closer look. a closer look. >> let's take a closer look. >> next thing you know. they're going to start giving her speeches from behind the desk. and she also said this. >> you know for the past year, many people made the mistake of laughing off donald trump's comments. >> it was not a mistake. i have an hour to fill every night. >> as she concluded. hillary made like every valedictorian, at every high school graduation this year and quoted hamilton. >> and those -- though we may not live to see the glory as the song from the musical "hamilton" goes, let us gladly join the
fight. let our legacy be about planting seeds in a garden you never get to see. >> you know, when he saw that, he thought. i am really glad tie didn't go with an all white lady cast. and then the speech concluded like so many convention speeches do with adults having their minds blown by balloons. i am the candidate who will not be afraid to take on isis! oh! what's this plastic orb? >> when it was all said and done it was an historic evening. the first woman ever nominated for the office of president gave a speech that will always be remembered for that. in honor of that, i would like her to say, this has been a -- >> a closer look.
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